okay so im studying for my chem test, which is tomorrow and ive run into a problem that has stumped me!
i dont know how to answer this:
How many moles of particles would 3 moles of Na2So4 give in solution?
im not quite sure how to do this, for some reason i wanted to attmept it by using the 6.02 x 10^23 but i think thats way off track- i tried a couple things but the answers i got were wrong, the answer to this problem should be 9 total moles &i would really appreciate it if someone could help me ASAP
I also was questioning, how to tell weather an electrolyte is an electrolyte, you see i understand that an electrolyte is a solution that conducts electricity, but how can you tell weather or not it conducts electricity without actually testing it?